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Jul 31, 2011 10:00am EDT
out to as many people as possible and on as many services as we can. >>reporter: it's a big step for the industry, but would be a giant leap for consumers who still seemto be keeping to the shallow end - for now. >>...the number of times a feature film is seen in its entirety on the subscription vod, from first frame to last is quite minimal in terms of a comparable being how you would expect a viewer of a dvdthat they purchased to really watch the entire film from beginning to end. so it's much more like the tv market where people are flicking channels and going in and out of programming. >>reporter: but it's far from plain sailing. one of the biggest threats to the industry comes from illegal content sharing. torrent sites which enable users to download the latest films are a part of the problem costing the industry billions of dollars per year. >>some people do it for kicks, uploading stuff, but some people do it because they're putting two fingers up to the industry. they don't actually realise it's not their activity by itself that causes a problem, it's millions of people l
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